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right there. this morning it's damp. you can see the lights going through the wetness on the cover of the camera there as we're looking at temperatures this morning. lots of 40s. it's really kind of raw. cuts through you. 55 by lunch time with more sun to finish the day and a temperature at 5:00 p.m. that will be a high of 60. showers persist right across us. look at this. they're not moving much. the back edge just a little bit starting to pull out to the north and the east. so we'll likely see the showers last for a few more showers. we've seen a lot less in areas of prince william and fauquier counties. still d.c. south and east we're looking at these showers. a few toward olney and rockville over toward ne arundel county and prince george's county we're seeing them. upper marlboro. calvert you're getting in on the action as well as charles and coming out of king george. look at the low 40s west. so very chilly there. we've got 52 on the bay in annapolis. 48 easton and 49 here in d.c. it will be a better afternoon. your high temperature about 60 degrees. let's go to monika samtani at
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6:00 ap. she has your timesaver traffic. i want to start out by telling everybody penn line service has been disrupted between martins airport and perryville. you want to keep that in mind for your travel plans. also a pretty serious accident, the cleanup continues in annandale inside the beltway right here at route 236 at ravensworth. a couple of cars. some injuries as well. i'll show what you it looks like from our sky 9 right now. the cleanup is continuing. it looks like the tow truck has arrived on the scene. and it looks like actually traffic is beginning to get by. just be aware there could be residual delays from this accident on route 236 here in the center of annandale. back over to our maps this time to the south side of town. no issues to report on 95. things look great dale city to woodbridge. we'll take a live look outside in spring field. a few brake lights coming up to the beltway. i'll be back with more coming up at 6:11. >> see you then. later today a judge is going to sentence former penn state football coach jerry
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sandusky. >> the 68-year-old sandusky maintains his innocence following his conviction earlier this year on child sex abuse charges. kristin fisher joins us live with more on what's expected in court later today. >> reporter: good morning. jerry sandusky did not testify at his june trial but he is expected to speak at today's sentencing and he's expected to proclaim his innocence. in fact, yesterday sandusky even called in to the penn state radio station from his jail cell to essentially give a preview of what he's expected to say in court this morning. here's part of that recording. >> they can take away my life. they came make me out as a monster. they can treat me as a monster but they can't take away my heart. in my heart i know i did not do these alleged disgusting acts. >> reporter: former assistant football coach has already been convicted on 45 counts of child sex abuse. but sandusky says he want as new trial. he says the judge denied his legal time adequate time to
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mount a defense. he's also accusing one of his victims of essentially making the whole thing up. >> a young man who is dramatic, a veteran accuser and always sought attention started everything. he was joined by a well orchestrated effort of the media, investigators, the system, penn state, psychologists, civil attorneys and other accusers. >> reporter: about six of sandusky's victims are expected to testify or exe in court today at the -- or speak in court today at the sentencing. he's facing a minimum of ten years, a maximum of 400 years in prison. even his own attorneys are expecting a very harsh sentence. i'll let you know what they think their best case scenario is for their client coming up in half an hour at 6:30. >> kristin fisher reporting live from our satellite center. we have encouraging news about redskins quarterback robert griffin iii. coach shanahan is optimistic he will play sunday against
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minnesota despite suffering a concussion. griffin took a hit that shook the redskins nation. knocked out of the game in the third quarter of sunday's loss to atlanta. the diagnosis? a mild concussion and he needed some stitches. he has been undergoing tests and doctors will monitor him throughout the week. but coach shanahan says things are looking up. >> he's feeling good. no dizziness, no headaches, no vomiting. he feels like he's done well on the tests he's taken thus far. >> he will undergo a tread mi test -- treadmill test later today. if there are any setbacks other cousins or rex grossman will get the start on sunday. the washington nationals are preparing for their first home playoff game after really taking one on the chin in st. louis yesterday. jordan zimmerman got the start despite being 0-5 against the carpds in the regular season -- cards in the regular season. the bad luck continued in the post-season as well. he lasted three innings, gave up seven hits and five runs.
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the nats shovelled through -- shuffled through seven pitchers to get the job done. the cardinals crushed the nats 12-4 tying the series at one game a piece. the number of people sickened by the deadly meningitis outbreak has now reached 105. eight people have died. most of the cases are in virginia, tennessee, and michigan. there are also cases in maryland. doctors expect the numbers to grow over the next few weeks. all the patients got fun gal meningitis from tainted steroid injections for back pain. >> that period of time from the exposure, the inoculation to the onset of symptoms can be quite prolonged, up to a month and maybe even a little bit longer. >> symptoms include headache, nausea, dizziness and feemp. doctors say -- and fever. doctors say this form of meningitis is not contagious. it's 6:06. jessica doyle is here with another your money report. good morning. >> good morning. we have big development news in
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montgomery county to the tune of $100 million. that's pretty big. that development could soon have the bulldozers back in action around rockville town center. montgomery county executive ike leggett just announced plans for a new choice hotel across from regal cinemas. >> this is an exciting time for rockville. it is an exciting time for montgomery county. we are delighted to have choice here and the expansion by its hotel and its headquarters. this will be a synergy of economic development tied to the ongoing development in the investment of the county -- investment the county and city have made over the last several years. >> it's aimed at spurring economic growth. leggett is saying the development will generate over $10 million for the county. wal-mart and american express teaming up on a new reloadable prepaid card. it's called blue bird and it offers no minimum balance and no monthly annual or overdraft
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fees. this is an alternative to traditional debit and checking accounts. it will be available online and in wal-mart stores next week. we have good news to report for all of our viewers on dish network. our parent company gannett and dish network reached annual agreement of the continued transmission of gannett stations including wusa9. gannett and dish have been in talks to keep all of the company's stations on dish. the agreement means dish users won't miss any wusa 9news cast, hit cbs shows or n.f.l. football. really important and exciting stuff for us here at the station. >> happy about that for sure. >> did thanks, jess. -- >> thanks, jess. time 6:07. still ahead, highlights or maybe low lights when talking about the nats-cards game. things are looking promising when it comes to rg3 following his concussion on sunday. >> we're marking 19 years of buddy check 9 when we return.
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i will be a five-year breast cancer survivor on october 17. i'm producer of the d.c. expedition which is a series of large-scale portraits of young women surviving breast cancer shot by fashion photographer david jay. buddy check is important because women must be their own best advocate in their breast health. i want to congratulate andrea for 19 years of supporting women before, during and after breast cancer. thank you.
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we may see an early shower today. we should see drying this afternoon. midday temps with clouds around 55 at noon. we'll see a sunnier finish to the day. high temperature around 60. thank you, howard. work continues on a serious accident inside the beltway here in annandale on route 236 at ravenswork. some traffic is getting by eastbound but watch out for police still on the scene. i'll be back with more coming up in my next report at 6:18. >> thank you, monika. we're marking 19 years of buddy check 9 raising awareness about the importance of early detection in fighting and
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beating banser. throughout this morning you've been hearing from survivors but our next guest believes the conversation about breast cancer kneads to change -- needs breast cancer coalition and a 25-year breast cancer survivor. >> yes. >> congratulations on that, fran. >> thank you. >> you have said and this is a pretty provocative statement that october breast cancer awareness month may be hazardous to a woman's health. people would be surprised that as a survivor you're saying that. why? >> the message is often too simple. we try to reduce breast cancer to sound bite and breast cancer is a very complex issue and disease. we really haven't made a great deal of progress in breast cancer. we need to focus on that, be aware of that and figure out how to change it. >> what should the conversation be? we report on new treatments,
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new technologies. what should we be saying in this conversation that's going to make a difference? >> we need to talk about how we can end breast cancer, how to stop women from getting breast cancer to begin with, how to stop the spread of breast cancer. primary breast cancer is not what kills women. it's the spread of breast cancer to other organs, ma metasis. stop women from getting it to begin with and stop them from dying. >> aren't we doing that? we're raising billions of dollars around the globe looking for the research that will lead to the treatment that will prevent this disease. >> actually we're not looking very much in terms of preventing breast cancer. primary proconvention. how do we intervene in a healthy population. so women do not have to worry about tossic drugs.
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they don't have to worry about ma taste take sis. part of our deadline campaign, one of the two areas of focus is primary prevention. >> 2020 ised deadline you said -- is the deadline you said. is it achievable and what happens if we don't reach that on january 2, 2020? >> well, it is achievable. it's going to take a lot of hard work. it's not just the campaign. we have a blueprint and a plan of action on how to get there. we design add collaboration, brought together a collaboration to look at a preventive vaccine in cancer. we're looking at the issue of how to stop spreading. it's achievable. we need the conversation. we need everyone involved to focus on that deadline. we're just not going to accept failure. we already have accepted failure actually when you think about the fact that 40,000 women still die every year in this country alone of breast
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cancer. 500,000 around the world. that is failure. so we need to figure out how to succeed. we need to figure out how to end breast cancer. >> fran visco says enough is enough. if you'd like more information on the 2020 deadline and the national breast cancer coalition focus, go to the web side thank you very much for being here with us. >> thank you very much. >> let's go to howard. we peeked outside on our way to work. plenty of rain to be had, at least on my drive. >> it's starting to move out slowly. looks like there's more south and east of d.c. north, northwest things are quieting down. not a pretty morning. we have the clouds and humidity and chilly temperatures. when it's cool and moist, you feel it a lot more than when it's cool and dry. a look at your bus stop forecast. there's a shower or two still out there, especially south and east. a chill as well. low 40s in the shenandoah valley. the low 50s along the bay, southern maryland, and we're in
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the upper 40s here in d.c. our day planner we'll get into more sunshine later. still a lot of clouds around. 11:00 54. winds north 5, 10 miles an hour. 1:00 56. this afternoon as we see a little bit more sunshine, that should help boost temperatures to about 60, maybe 61 for the high. so winds still up north, northeast 5, 7, 8 miles an hour. showers have been persistent but over the last half-hour, starting to see a little bit of a push away from us. give it another couple of hours and we should be in a lot better shape. unfortunately the rush hour is under way. i'm encouraged as i zoom in on the live doppler, hardly anything falling across fairfax and montgomery counties. go have a few showers, light, light sprinkles. you see them coming through silver spring along colesville headed toward south of olney there on georgia avenue. southeastern prince george's county in towards southern anne arundel now, dunkirk, north beach, chesapeake beach hunting town, you'll see some of the
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showers coming out of charles county, coming out of la plata as you go north and east. south of there, things are quieting down. yes, improving radar trends this morning with mid-40s in montgomery county, 47 bowie. 48 up in baltimore, bwi. mid-40s in fairfax county with 46 now in centreville. same in leesburg and also 46 for fort belvoir. outside on our michael & son weather camera, we see less moisture sitting on the cover of the camera. that's another sign that the rains have shut down and cloudy skies being reported at reagan national. 49 with a north wind at 8. feels more like 45 degrees out there. it is a raw morning. we've got this system on the east coast pulling away and this one in the plains heading toward us. you can see the twist right here in northern minnesota dragging a cold front across minnesota, iowa and wisconsin. that cold front gets here tomorrow afternoon. with it looks like most of the moisture is going to stay north of us but we do have a slight chance of a shower.
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in fact 8:00 still a slight chance of a shower east. we'll see the clouds lingering through midday some and then breaking up this afternoon. tonight we're looking at some fog possibly returning toward tomorrow morning. here comes the front tomorrow afternoon. slight chance of a shower northern sections with the front. it will just cool us down ath bit thursday and friday. today 60 degrees. a little bit of sun in the afternoon. tonight about 50 in town. low to mid-40s north and west with again the threat for some patchy fog developing. a breezy day wednesday, 70 with a slight chance of a passing shower north. tomorrow -- excuse me, thursday looks nice, 66. by friday 64. and your weekend looks night. warming to 77 by sunday. it is 6:18. good morning to monika samtani. >> good morning, howard. i've been telling you for a while now about the accident in annandale. inside the beltway at route 236 and annandale road. it was a couple of vehicles involved and serious injuries as well. the two people have been
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transported. let me show you what's going on live from our sky 9 so you get some perspective. on the southbound side of annandale road, you cannot cross over as you can see on to route 236. westbound 236 stay left. eastbound is open. so on the inbound side of route 236 although it's open, expect some delays inside the beltway here in annandale as this work continues. it looks like they are wrapping this up hopefully shortly. let's take you back over to our maps this time on 270 near the beltway. no problems from gaithersburg into bethesda and potomac. you're going to be fine. we'll take a live look southbound side of 270. slow and heavy now. route 109 most of the way to route 121. i'll be back with more traffic at 6:25. you're watching 9news now. stay with us.
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welcome back. 6:22. your weather first on this tuesday morning. still some showers around, mainly south and east of
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washington right now. but a damp start, a chilly start. a better afternoon. here's the day planner. need the jacket this morning. lots of readings in the 40s. we'll only be 55 by noon but more sun expected to work its way through the cloud cover by the afternoon. high temperatures making a run toward 60. good morning, everybody. the good news is your nationals are back home in d.c. the bad news is there's no chance of them sweeping the defending champs so thnats must now win two games at home to stay alive. in yesterday's game, jordan zimmerman got the start. we'll start these highlights with him at the plate. two men out. zimmerman sendzs one to right -- sends one to right field. the nats go on the board first. but the day on the mound wasn't nearly as g. he gives up -- as good. he gives up a run. he lasted a season low five
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innings. the play of the day comes from john jay running after danny espinoza's fly ball. look at the smash and catch against the wall. cardinals were pumped after that one. they continued to crush the nationals 12-4 the final. that series is now all knotted up at one game a piece. dave owens has more from st. louis. >> reporter: it's supposed to be the strength of the ball club but for the second consecutive day, washington got shaky starting pitching. but unlike sunday when gio gonzalez was able to minimize the damage, today jordan zimmerman not so much. >> i wanted to go out there and go deep in the game. you know, try to get out here with two wins. you know, i didn't do my part. >> they kept pulling on runs. we're never really -- we jumped out ahead 1-0. that was about the story right there. >> reporter: for the third time in four games, st. louis t double digit runs on the nats. how does washington regain that momentum? they'll be at home but can this
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young team get it down in maybe the most pivotal game of the year. >> it's easy to play when they're waving the white towels now. hopefully when we get home, our fans are ready for us and, you know, they bring it kind of like they did. >> he's one of the strongest pitchers in the post-season known to this game. >> reporter: biggest game you've had thus far? >> probably so far. >> reporter: how big is game three? well, the winner will have to lose two straight to drop the series. the last time the nats or cardinals have lost two straight, almost a month ago. game three? game on. in st. louis, dave owens, 9 sports. >> thank you, dave. edwin jackson will start game three tomorrow at 1:07 p.m. at nationals park. that's a quick look at sports this morning. i'm kristen berset. have a great tuesday. thank you, chris ten. on the northbound -- kristen. on the northbound side of 95 slow traffic through woodbridge and springfield on to 395. an accident up ahead near the
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pentagon was cleared. left some slow traffic there as well. i'll be back with more traffic coming up in a few minutes at 6:30. you're watching 9news now celebrating 19 years of buddy check 9. i want to say congratulations and happy birthday to andrea roane and buldy check 9 on the -- buddy check 9 on the occasion of their 19th year. i want to say what it's meant to me. long before n.f.l. players were wearing pink and people had pink ribbons in board rooms and that sort of thing, andrea roane was raising consciousness about breast cancer. about three or four years ago i found a lump in my own breast and i tended to kind of ignore it but the constant reminders on buddy check 9 sent me finally to check on it. and i want to say something, too, about buddy check 9. it gives you the sense to stay with it. my mammogram was clear. i even had a needle biopsy that was clear and yet when i
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actually went and had the lump removed, it turned out to be cancerous. so this whole idea about raising consciousness and women taking their health into their own hands became vital for me. i also want to say for those of you who may be watching october 16 at 10:00 a.m. at the d.c. council, we'll be presenting a resolution on behalf of breast cancer month. all those are invited to come or watch on channel 13. congratulations, andrea. thank you very much.
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welcome back. 6:31. your weather first on this tuesday morning. a little damp out here but the steadier rains have let go to just a little bit of drizzle in northwest d.c. our day planner shows encouragement as we head into the afternoon. we're looking at some sunshine returning. 5:00 around 60 degrees. right now a cool, damp 49 with the showers that have been over us for the last several hours leaving some wet streets but they're just starting to pull away. you see a little bit of movement in the last half-hour as we switch it over to the doppler. you'll see there's not too much going on. west of town have a few showers in eastern montgomery county and southern prince george's county, southern anne arundel, calvert and that goes down into charles as well. all moving northeast. low 40s win chester, martinsburg. 49 d.c. 52 the warm spot in annapolis. patuxent river going to about 60. let's check in with monika samtani for a look at time
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saver traffic. i'm just getting word of an accident in montgomery county on route 117 near i-270. apparently several vehicles involved in that one. also been telling you for about an hour now about this accident in annandale on route 236 at ravensworth/annandale road. they're just now in the clearing stages about to haul the last vehicle awaif. hopefully that -- away. hopefully that hasn't left too much traffic for you. inside the beltway in annandale on 236. let's take a live look on the inbound side of i-66. this has been thankfully incident free this morning. slow traffic out of manassas into centreville. then here is looks okay as you leave route 50 heading for the beltway. back over to the maps this time on the north side of town. looking great out of northern montgomery county in terms of the corridors here out of aspen hill, wheaton and bethesda. let's take a live look one more time this time in prince george's county. the beltway looks good here at central avenue. i'll be back with more traffic
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at 6:43. back to you guys. later today a judge will sentence former penn state assistant football coach jerry sandusky. >> the 68-year-old maintains his innocence following his conviction earlier this year on child sex abuse charges. kristin fisher joins us live from the satellite center with more on what to expect in court. >> reporter: good morning. sandusky's victims are heading into court today hoping for a harsh sentence but sandusky is hoping for a whole new trial, even after he's already been convicted on 45 counts of child sex abuse. just yesterday the former assistant football coach called into the penn state radio station from his jail cell to proclaim his innocence. he said and i quote, in my heart i know i did not do these alleged disgusting acts. sandusky is facing a minimum of ten years and a maximum of more than 400 years in prison. even his own attorneys are predicting a harsh sentence. they say best case scenario is a 30-year sentence. still, listen to how one of
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sandusky's attorneys describes his client on the eve of his sentencing. >> he's in an upbeat mood. he wants to move on with this case so he can appeal. he's really been upbeat, surprisingly upbeat knowing what he's facing with a lengthy sentence likely to come tomorrow. >> reporter: yesterday you can see as crews covered the back bans to the courthouse to -- bans to the courthouse to -- entrance to the courthouse to shield the victims expected to testify. about six are expected to testify at today's sentencing starting at 9:00 a.m. expect to hear a state assessment board to report on whether it deems sandusky a violent sexual predator. if so he would have to register as a sex offender for the rest of his life. that is of course if he ever gets out of prison. >> coming later today, andrea mccarren will be live with the latest on the court proceedings. grief counsers will be available to students and staff at woodson high school after a search for a missing fairfax
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county teenager ends tragically yesterday. a search team found the body of 17-year-old bryan glenn at thaiss park yesterday. no word yet from police on whether or not this was an apparent suicide or case ever foul play. bryan had been missing for a week. he was last seen at his school. in campaign 2012, a new poll is out and it shows mitt romney is ahead in the race for president following last week's debate. according to the research center, 49% of likely voters favor romney while only 45% like president obama. just last month romney trailed obama by nine points. now he's pulled ahead. governor romney told cadets at the virginia military institute he'll strengthen america's defense as commander in chief. he says president obama has failed to lead on the world stage, especially in the middle east. >> it's clear that the risk of conflict in the region is higher now than when the president took office. >> governor romney said he would work to stabilize the new
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governments in libya and egypt and help armed syrian rebels trying to overthrow the assad regime. voters favor president obama when it comes to foreign policy. >> we'll sustain the strongest military the world has ever known. >> neither of the presidential candidates nor their running mates served in the military. this is the first election where that's happened in 80 years. 6:36 now. republican george allen and democrat tim kaine squared off in a debate last night. both men hoping to become virginia's next junior senator. throughout the debate, they each took shots at the other's past performance as governor. when it came to washington, they agreed on one thing. each believe they can fix what's wrong with congress. >> frankly we have a ball and chain and that's congress. congress is holds us back. what we need to do is change congress, especially in two ways. we need people who are more fiscally responsible and we need more people who know frankly the basics about how to
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work together. >> if i have the honor of being your senator, i'm going to give all my energies working with people in both parties to create jobs and get mother ascending once again. >> recent polls show that kaine has a slim lead. the candidates are scheduled for one more debate before the november election. my name is kimberly. i'm a 13-year breast cancer survivor and a patient and a half gator at howard university cancer center. buddy check 9 is so important because it covers all aspects of breast cancer from the research being done in the field to the nontraditional and traditional treatment options, for what it means to be newly diagnosed and what it means to be a lock-term breast cancer survivor -- long-term breast cancer survivor. i thank andrea roane and the commitment she's had for fighting breast cancer.
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welcome back. it's 6:41 and 49 degrees. very some big news for those of you who use marc and amtrak trains this morning. i've been telling you that service was suspended north of martin airport. it is completely suspended right now due to the power outage we've been telling you about. there's no alternate service available at this time to perryville, aberdeen and edgewood north of martin airport. for those of who you travel south of martin airport toward baltimore and washington, you will be fine. this is also affecting union station apparently so keep this in mind for your travel plans. again marc and amtrak train service suspended due to a power outage north of martin airport. so check our website moment tairm. we will have more -- moment tairm. we will have more information -- momentarily. we will have more information for you as it comes in. on the inbound side of route 236 in annandale inside the beltway at an dan naturally road -- annandale road, the earlier accident has been
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cleared. now i'm getting word of an accident inbound on i-66 between the beltway and dulles connector roadblocking one lane as well. so keep that in mind for your travel plains inbound 66. we'll take a live look outside on the northbound side of i-95. incident free coming up from the occoquan river but slow traffic most of the way now from lorton into springfield. 395 also pretty slow and heavy. let's take a live look there right now. if you're planning to head to the 14th street bridge, this is what you're going to have to deal with off and on as you come up from landmark to the 14th street bridge. right now all of your lanes are open across the potomac river. i'll be back at 6:58 with another look at the big picture. with the big picture in weather, we're all in the pink but the forecast is gray. here's howard bernstein. >> only gray this morning. it gets better this afternoon. showers already starting to pull away from d.c. still some showers out there, mainly along and east of 301. we start with the bus stop forecast. still a leftover shower south and east of town. otherwise we're looking pretty
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cloudy and chilly with temperatures running in the 40s to lower 50s. as we go throughout the morning, we'll see a little bit of sun, 55 by noon. then more sun this afternoon. 4:00 temperature 60 degrees. as we head toward 8:00, we've got a temperature of 57 expected. 57 expected for the 8:00 p.m. hour. check this out. we've got the showers that have been moving north and east much of the morning. this stuff is pulling away from us now. so we've got improving conditions here for d.c. look at that. nothing showing up on doppler nearby but up in montgomery county and howard counties, mainly howard counties now, a few showers approaching columbia this morning. here's sort of the last of the showers from shady side down to about north beach and dunkirk pulling into southeastern areas of prince george's county. almost toward quasso. charles county, you're starting to clear out. we may have very light drizzle out there. the steadier showers are pulling away. temperatures can't help you much there just yet. they're certainly on the cool
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side with 52 our warm spot at the patuxent river naval air station. 49 easton. 41 cumberland and laurie. 46 call -- and luray. 46 culpeper. outside on our weather camera, cloudy skies but the rain has stopped. that's a good sign. should help a little bit with the morning commute. 50 degrees. north, northwesterly winds at 8. humidity 82%. they're going east, the showers the next couple of showers. still a few clouds hanging out d.c. north and east through lunch time. this afternoon more sunshine. temperatures around 60. tonight clear to partly cloudy but patchy fog developing late tonight toward tomorrow morning. tomorrow ends up being a sunny day, at least through lunch time. then in the afternoon here comes a front. watch what happens. not much rain. maybe a couple of showers, especially north of town during the afternoon. then we'll cool down a little bit for thursday and friday. looking at the forecast, today the early shower. chilly, 60 degrees. but some sun this afternoon.
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tonight 50 in town. 40s north and west with a little fog. tomorrow breezy, 70, slight chance after shower north. thursday looks nice, mid-60s. toward friday about 64. then a good looking weekend. 70 on saturday. 77 on sunday. andrea? >> thank you, howard. now i'm joined by a woman who needs no introduction. our very own jc hayward. as many of you know, jc is also a breast cancer survivor. and in fact this month is your sixth-month anniversary of survivorship. how are you doing? every time i go some place, people ask, how is jc? >> i'm doing final. i feel good -- i'm doing final. i feel good. but i wanted to be here this morning to personally thank you and help you celebrate your 19th anniversary. you've done so much for so many through the years. it's just a pleasure for me to be here with you because you gave me strength and encouragement and support and love and that's what got me
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through a very difficult situation for any woman. but i got through it. i feel good. and guess what? i wanted to remind everyone that there's going to be a great strides for breast cancer walk. i have a t-shirt. they want me to wear it so i'll put it like this. it's going to be saturday, october 20 on the mall. of course wusa is a sponsor and washington radiology associates and safeway are sponsors. and, andrea, we have some representatives here from those organizations. i'm going to ask them to come out from safeway and from washington radiology because they wanted to help you celebrate today by making a very special presentation. look what safeway did. is that gorgeous? can they see the picture of her? look at that.
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>> look at the survivors and people we had, karen with prevent cancer foundation. we wouldn't be doing buddy check 9 without prevent cancer and sustaining us through all of this. people like greg from safeway and washington radiology associates. >> i'm going to ask them to come forward because they have a special presentation they'd like to give you. i'm going to stand up so they can come forward. can we have a representative from the american cancer society. that representative will come and make the presentation in honor of our andrea roane. >> thank you very much, andrea. happy anniversary. we're very happy at safeway to present a check for $1,000 to making strides against breast cancer walk. >> that's marvelous. thank you, greg. thank you. [ applause ] >> on behalf of the 29 physicians and our staff of 250
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at washington radiology associates, we're so appreciative of the efforts that you've done with buddy check 9. and we just congratulate you on your 19 years. in appreciation, we have made this donation on behalf of your efforts to the american cancer society. >> that's wonderful. a representative from the american cancer society. how will this money be used? >> we are absolutely thrilled to be receiving this money and for all the work that you do. thank you, safeway. thank you, washington radiology. the american cancer society will use 60% of this money right here in washington to get the word out about the importance of breast cancer early detection. we'll be educating women about the importance of breast cancer early detection as well as reaching out to women in low income communities in making sure that they get into the programs that are provided for them to provide free mammography for the women who cannot afford breast cancer screenings on their own without
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that additional support. we'll be doing so much with this money. and of course a portion of this money will also go to breast cancer research. and we are very excited about that i always say we're just a small bit away from finding that key to the cure for breast cancer. this will really help in that effort. thank you so very much. >> thank you. thank you, jc and the survivors who are here. jack lynn, donna, kimberly. thank you so much. and our channel 9 colleagues. boy, the cake, i even like the picture. that's pretty good. do i throw it back to you, mike? >> i think so. congratulations. >> thank you. >> i can't do it without them sharing their stories. >> it's a great team. time now to answer the question of the morning. here's the question one more time. the average american only spends 5 seconds doing this when we're supposed to spend at least a minute? the choices were brushing their
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teeth, washing their hands or chewing their food. our facebook friend schuyler says the answer is b. brushing your teeth for five seconds would accomplish nothing and is a waste of time. you're right, the answer is b. we should spend more time washing our hands. we will be right back.
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6:54. one check of the news before you go now. a judge will sentence jerry sandusky today on 45 child sex abuse charges. the 68-year-old former penn state assistant football coach could spend the rest of his life in prison. coach mike shanahan is optimistic robert griffin iii will play sunday against minnesota despite suffering a concussion. griffin took a bone jarring hit during sunday's game against
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the dirty birds. washington nationals lose big yesterday against the card falls 12-4. the series one game a piece now. the nats get a little home cooking starting tomorrow here in d.c. our time 16:55. -- 16:55. we'll -- is 6:5 a. we'll have one final check of traffic and weather when we come back.
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6:58. still a shower on are two east. sun this afternoon, 60. tomorrow 70. a nice weekend ahead. no service on marc and amtrak north of martin airport because of a power outage. service has been suspended. keep that in mind for your travel plans. wall street looking lower this morning. we've been marking the 189th -- the 19th anniversary of buddy check 9. you see some of the supporters, our sponsors, our survivors with
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us. i want to thank channel 9 for taking this initiative on and asking me to be a part of it the past 19 years. so many people to thank but i want to call out several people. producers of buddy check 9, partisanry ya, stephanie will -- maria, stephanie, all the photographers but especially kevin king who has seen more breasts over itself years than any doctor has seen. and larry, the editor who has done a beautiful job bringing these stories to life. thank you both very much and producers very much for doing this and again the biggest thanks go to the people who have allowed me to tell thr stories. it's not me saying what to do. it's them reminding you of what to do and we thank you. and we remember those who are going through the struggle right now, like erica having a tough time and jewel harman, rest in peace. we love you. have a great day. we'll see you tomorrow at 4:25.


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